LEGO Company presented the Nissan GT-R Nismo supercar model, made of 298 parts. At the same time, the developer compared the characteristics of the toy car with the data of the original coupé.
For example, it took about 12 months to develop a Lego replica, while it took more than 10 years to create a real Nissan GT-R Nismo. The design of a conventional car consists of more than 90 thousand parts, and a toy car consists of 298 parts. Assembling the real supercar takes about 8 hours, and an experienced Lego fan will take about 20 minutes to assemble a replica (about 1 hour for an inexperienced one). The building set will go on sale in the begining of 2020 as a part of the LEGO Speed Champions product lineup.
Earlier, on Lego Ideas appeared the Lamborghini Aventador SV supercar model, made in a 1:12 ratio. The car received an opening engine compartment, luggage compartment, “scissor doors”, as well as fully operational headlights and taillights. In addition, the model was equipped with a fully independent suspension of all wheels.
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